[amsat-bb] WAS-SAT 38 Years Later!
saguaroastro at cox.net
Tue Jun 7 17:12:32 UTC 2016
Hopefully the proposed phase 4 & HEO opportunities will come to fruition snd make HI more reslistic.
Rick Tejera K7TEJSaguaroAstro at cox.net623-203-4121
-------- Original message --------
From: Paul Stoetzer <n8hm at arrl.net>
Date: 07/06/2016 08:07 (GMT-07:00)
To: "R.T.Liddy" <k8bl at ameritech.net>
Cc: Amsat Bb <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] WAS-SAT 38 Years Later!
I'm sitting at both 49 states confirmed by paper QSL and 49 states
confirmed in my LoTW account. I just need someone in Hawaii who can
work down to the horizon to try an AO-7 sked (max elevations of no
more than 1.5 degrees on each side from within my WAS range).
On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 11:02 AM, R.T.Liddy <k8bl at ameritech.net> wrote:
> SAT Operators,
> I just received my WAS-Satellite Award #341 which ended upcovering 38 years of casual operating!
> Earlier this year, I was going through my paper QSL's getting readyto make some submissions for various ARRL Awards at the DaytonHamvention. Sorting through the Cards, I made a stack of SatelliteQSL's. I started to notice that I had quite a few States confirmed andwondered if I was finally close to WAS even though I wasn't really inthe hunt very seriously.
> Would you believe I had them ALL worked but was only missing a QSLfrom Vermont?!! Happily, it was Nick KB1RVT who I KNEW was alwaysgood for a confirmation which he quickly returned.
> Oldest QSL used - W7LSV in Oregon, 10/13/78 Oscar 8 Mode A CWLast State WKD - North Dakota W0N (Wyatt AC0RA) 11/13/15 SO50 FMLast QSL Rcvd - KB1RVT Nick in Vermont, 1/4/16 SO50 FM
> 50 States on SAT, 50 Paper QSL's, 38 Years!! WHEW!!
> Thanks to all who helped & 73, Bob K8BL (AMSAT since 1979)
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